From IMDb: As his wedding to Phyllis Clavering approaches, Hugh (Bulldog) Drummond has taken extreme precautions to avoid getting caught up in another adventure that would delay the wedding. But even as they make their final preparations, their friend Colonel Nielsen is being kidnapped by a gang headed by the traitorous Richard Lane. Phyllis witnesses the abduction, and quickly finds Drummond to tell him. They track the gang to Morocco, where they will face many obstacles to their goal of rescuing Nielsen.
Stars: John Howard, Heather Angel, H. B. Warner, Reginald Denny, and E. E. Clive
May 10, 2011 Subject:
Another Excellent "Bulldog Drummond" Movie
Good plot and good cast. Well worth watching. I think that this is at least the third Bulldog Drummond movie I have seen on Internet Archive. John Howard does well in the title role and the supporting cast, including Heather Angel, are a delight.
May 9, 2011 Subject:
Hi, I did a video review of this movie feel free to watch it at the link below.
August 8, 2010 Subject:
Anthony Quinn is in this film!
Good as all Drummond films. At about 29:30, I think I see Anthony Quinn as a very young actor!
June 1, 2010 Subject:
Don't call him inspector!
When the opening scene has Bulldog Drummond (John Howard) and his ever-resourceful valet Tenny (E.E. Clive) minus their pants, you know this one is gonna be a romp, and Drummond's marriage to Phyllis (Heather Angel) will be delayed once again. A solid supporting cast that includes J. Carrol Naish, H.B. Warner and Reginald Denny, also has Anthony Quinn and Fortunio Bonanova in minor roles. Dastardly master spies, death traps and a rip-roaring finale deliver fifty-seven minutes of non-stop fun. This is what second-feature adventures were all about - the good ones at least. CAST NOTES: Heather Angel was one of the '30s underrated actors. Three of her noteworthy films are "The Informer," "Last of the Mohicans" and the charming screwball comedy "Half Angel." She also repeated the Phyllis Clavering role in four other Bulldog Drummond adventures. H.B. Warner is known to current audiences as the high lama Chang in "Lost Horizon" and the druggist Mr. Grower in "It's a Wonderful Life."